Doug Mansfield with the G.I. Museum in Gautier holds a recently acquired collapsible lantern for candles used in the trenches of World War I. The sides are clear mica, a translucent mineral that doesn’t break like glass. In the background are uniforms and artifacts.
Doug Mansfield with the G.I. Museum in Gautier holds a recently acquired collapsible lantern for candles used in the trenches of World War I. The sides are clear mica, a translucent mineral that doesn’t break like glass. In the background are uniforms and artifacts. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
Doug Mansfield with the G.I. Museum in Gautier holds a recently acquired collapsible lantern for candles used in the trenches of World War I. The sides are clear mica, a translucent mineral that doesn’t break like glass. In the background are uniforms and artifacts. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

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